In 2013, NFL kickers were successful on 99.6 percent of extra point attempts. Is it time to change the rules? NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell thinks it might be. But long snapper Nick Sundberg says: Not so fast.
At the start of the NFL season, would you have paid $50 to guarantee yourself a face-value Super Bowl ticket … but only if your favorite team made it? Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports on a ticket sales system that banks on hope.
As the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks get ready to face off in the Super Bowl, Bill Littlefield takes a look at a critical aspect of that upcoming game: each team’s fan rap song.
2014 may be the last time that the NHL allows its athletes to compete in the Olympics. New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist will represent Sweden, and he joins Bill to discuss ice hockey and Sochi.
When halfpipe skiing makes its Olympic debut in Sochi, one of the sport’s most prominent figures won’t be competing. Bill Littlefield speaks with Simon Dumont.
In 1971, ‘ping pong diplomacy’ introduced the United States to communist China. Nicholas Griffin, author of a book by the same name, joins Bill Littlefield to discuss how ping pong changed the world.
Bill and Only A Game’s Charlie Pierce discuss Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman’s now-famous rant, the Oakland Raiderettes’ fight for a fair wage, and golfer John Daly’s new venture…as a pizza salesman.
Only A Game listeners weigh in on everything from Clark, the Cubs new mascot, to vocab, to haiku.
In the Professional Bull Riders’ Built Ford Tough Series the world’s best bull riders take on the fiercest bulls. Andrea Appleton brings us the story of PBR Chaplain Todd Pierce who has been traveling with the riders for the past 13 years.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik with the latest word on the music on this week’s show.
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